The terror group’s logo was daubed on the wall of a restaurant in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Chilling messages such as “convert or die” and “the caliphate is here” were also found covering the outside of Markus Samuelsson’s bakery.
“I felt a sudden chill down my spine. It’s terribly painful, we feel threatened,” Samuelsson said.
The Arabic letter for “N” – which has been used to identify Christians and drive them out of their homes by ISIS fighters – was also painted on the restaurant.
Gothenburg is a hotbed for jihadist recruiting, terrorism expert Magnus Ranstorp described it as “the Swedish Centre for Jihadists”.
Cops have launched a probe into the incident and will no doubt be on high alert in fear of a potential attack.
It was reported by local media earlier this year that at least 150 future terrorists had left the city to join ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
It is thought ISIS sympathisers are targeting Sweden’s Assyrian Christian community – just as they did in Mosul, Iraq, before seizing the city.
Fleeing ISIS fighters have been shaving off their beards and dressing as women to escape to the West – after realising a life of bloodthirsty terror is not for them.
Affirming news recently came to light that the second in command of the evil group was killed in a US air strike.
ISIS could be on its last legs after sustaining colossal damage after a continual swathe of bombings by Vladimir Putin’s Russian troops.
SOURCE: Sophie Alexander